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Syvahanna’s Story

By Vanessa H. Undiagnosed or poor mental health is a serious threat to society and an individual’s daily life often leading to a seemingly unbroken cycle of fear, erratic behavior,…

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25 Years Ago

Twenty Five Years Ago

By Sadie Hess Twenty Five Years Ago… Today I sit here in awe I have been leading here for exactly 25 years.  Today is August 19th, 2021.  Twenty-five years ago,…

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Changing Seasons

  By Sadie Hess, CEO Changing Seasons: Life remains in constant and continuous motion!  Many of you are aware that Eric and I are also the owners of a scheduling…

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Humble Beginnings

By Cassandra Sales Last week, for the first time in quite a while, we were able to get together in a very small group and decorate the office. Being stationed…

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Finding a New Normal

By Aaron Zint There was once a newly married couple making a roast for dinner. As they were preparing the food, the wife went to put the roast in the…

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Hope for a Healthy Tomorrow

By Sheri Wittmer How could something as invisible as this virus called COVID-19 bring so many immense changes to our lives in such a short amount of time? Yet here…

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Fish Philosophy Today

By Sadie Hess As I write this, I see a sepia sky outside my window.  The whole atmosphere is an eerie orange color as fires rip apart the West Coast. …

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The Lady of Butte

By Cassandra Sales “My mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant be your own person, be independent.” – Ruth Bader Ginsburg With the passing of…

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Standing Together

Dear Compass Family, I am writing you to share my thoughts about the state of affairs in our world and our small corner of it at Compass.  These are scary and…

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